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Thermaltake Tai-Chi

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About the Product

The Tai-Chi aluminum tower case measures 263 x 600 x 546 mm, and features 10 5.25" bays, 4 3.5" bays (3 internal), 2 120 mm fans (front, rear), and 7 expansion slots. Supports micro/extended/standard ATX and Micro/Pico/standard BTX motherboards. PSU not included.

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Thermaltake Tai-Chi Reviews Rating: 86 out of 100 based on 4 ratings.

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website score publish date article quality
AMDReview.com 8/10 Sep 09 '05
ExtremeTech 8/10 Sep 29 '05
Guru3d  --- Sep 21 '05
Hardcoreware  --- Oct 12 '05
Hot Hardware 9/10 Oct 10 '05
Neoseeker  --- Nov 02 '05
Overclocker Cafe  --- Oct 03 '05
techPowerUp! 9.2/10 Apr 19 '06
TweakPC  --- Sep 14 '05
X-bit labs  --- Jan 17 '06
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"Overall, this case is awesome with some great features. Besides the fact they advertise this case as being able to support EATX boards, which it can, but not like it should. The plastic quick..."

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ExtremeTech on

"Exceptional quality and distinctive design often come at a price. When only the best will do, the Tai-Chi is money well-spent."

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Guru3d on

"To the highest degree the case is impressive, that is the wording I just have to end this article with. This is a dream case for many of us."

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Hardcoreware on

"What's there not to like about the system? It's got simply one of the best builds I have ever seen and the space that it provides users is more than enough for even the most discerning of power..."

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Hot Hardware on

"Weighing in at $290 retail, the Thermaltake Tai Chi Aluminum Extrusion case definitely falls under that category of a "premium product". However, with the features and looks that the Tai Chi case..."

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